Sony Announced PlayStation Now Game Service at CES 2014
Big news for Sony and PlayStation fans is that Sony will bring a full-fledged game streaming service for PlayStation users in summer 2014. This game streaming service has been named as PlayStation now and revealed at CES 2014 in Las Vegas.
PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 3 will be supportive with PlayStation Now initially and later on PlayStation Now will be made compatible with PS vita.
Sony revealed PlayStation Now at CES 2014 and updated the fans and PlayStation users around the world through PlayStation official blog. Sony intends to make most of the latest US Sony TV models especially in BRAVIA TV series compatible with PlayStation Now’ which is quite amazing to hear.
It will enhance the gaming experience and exposure for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3 and gamers who are on PlayStation platform using other gaming products – The coolest thing about PlayStation Now’ is you’ll be able to go beyond your PlayStation platform and you’ll show your gaming skills and expertise to the world.
PlayStation Now’ will make you able to stream your PlayStation game across all internet-connected display devices, but it depends on the connectivity-requirement which will be revealed when PlayStation Now’ will be made available in the market.
PlayStation Now’ Technology
PlayStation Now’ will be based on Gaikai’s cloud technology which will allow players to get connected via internet connection to watch live video games streaming instantly – Just like you love to watch movies, tv and other paid online streaming services.
Photo credit and source: blog.us.playstation.com
PlayStation Now’ is expected to come for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita initially and later on it might be available for non-playstation devices and story may start with BRAVIA TV 2014 models and later on to other services and products.
PlayStation Now’ will allow you to stay updated with the latest updates of the games – You might love to showcase your gaming skills and display the gaming experience to a larger audience.
How about setting up a gaming-competition in your office at a week-end and stream live on all TV LCDs on the floor to take everyone into the competition as whole office will be witnessing the competition using PlayStation Now under the roof.